Jobs in Canada: Nursing in New Brunswick for Foreigners

Are you a licensed, Practical, and Experienced nurse? Are you registered in any of the recognized Nursing institutions in your country? New Brunswick in Canada is looking for nurses that meet these requirements

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Educated Nurses (IENs)- Nursing in New Brunswick for Foreigners

It is a priority of the Province of New Brunswick to attract, support, and retain these valuable healthcare professionals.

The Province is also working closely with a variety of employers in New Brunswick to fill job vacancies in nursing.

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Registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and personal support workers are in high demand in New Brunswick, with employment opportunities in either official language (English or French)

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The IEN Navigation Service

The service assists candidates with key barriers they might experience during the process to licensure, offering guidance surrounding:

The National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS);

Provincial entry-to-practice competency assessments;

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Bridging programs available in the province; and

Provincial regulatory bodies. Learn more

The process for an internationally educated nurse (IEN) to become licensed to practice as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) or a registered nurse (RN) in New Brunswick can take between 12 and 24 months.

New Brunswick’s IEN Navigation service provides customized, client-centered service to IENs at no cost to the candidate.

How To Apply

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